• Students visit the UN in New York.

    Students advocate for family values at United Nations

    While preparing for their presentations and discussion at the conference, students said they realized they need to become disciple leaders and advocates for truth and the family.

  • Mick Ward, Zach Snow, Jake Booher, Chris Black, and Nathan Mackie

    BYU-Idaho students win supply chain competition

    The team walked away with the first place trophy, after competition against ten other university supply chain programs all over the U.S., including Brigham Young University.

  • Elder Andersen dedicates the Science and Technology Center, the Agricultural Science Center, and the Central Energy Facility.

    Elder Neil L. Andersen dedicates campus facilities

    As BYU-Idaho student enrollment continues to grow, the recently dedicated facilities will accommodate more students with hands-on experience and greater resources to further their careers.

  • Pathway Logo

    BYU-Pathway Worldwide transition update

    BYU-Pathway Worldwide headquarters will begin moving to Salt Lake City over the summer, but it will remain closely aligned with BYU-Idaho for the foreseeable future.

  • President Henry J Eyring and his wife speak at a news conference February 9, 2017.

    Henry J. Eyring to serve as new BYU-Idaho president

    Eyring has worked at BYU-Idaho for the past 11 years as an associate academic vice president over Online Learning, advancement vice president, and academic vice president.